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I got a new fish!!!

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Petz8888, Jul 16, 2005.

  1. Petz8888

    Petz8888 New Member

    OK I Had 2 goldfish 3bottom feeders and many snails.Than two bottom feeders died and one snail (the biggist one) died! So I whent out to Pjs pets and got a pleco. I followed te instructions the pet store gave me andgot him settled in.

    Will he do well in my 30 gallon?


    Will there be any problems? Thanx in advance!


    Petz ( Rose)
     
  2. sakura.seppun

    sakura.seppun New Member

    depends on the actual demensions for your tank, but a common pleco gets to about 20 inches long. Coupled with the other bottom feeders, that may be to much.
    You should probably also look into getting some algea wafers.
     
  3. Trickster

    Trickster New Member

    definatly get algea waffers. common plecos get WAY to big, once it is to big u will have to exchange it for a new one or buy special breeds such as a royal pleco that wont grow massive. (Chinease algea eaters, oto cats, orange spotted plecos also work excellent)
     
  4. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Personally, I suggest returning it. Not only will your 30 gallon be fully stocked with just the 2 goldfish once they get older, plecos have a bad habit of sucking on goldfish and causing ulcers.

    -Chelle
     

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